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Resources for UM Graduate Women in the Sciences and Engineering
Add sweetland, Rackham workshops, CEW, MentorNet-- Maybe add student orgs here?
WISE email Group
Receive information about campus events, internships, scholarships and other opportunities. To join, send your email address to email@example.com. Please
indicate that you wish to be added to the Graduate email list.
CRLT (Center for Research on Learning and Teaching)
The CRLT offers Services for Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs) found at the following URL: http://www.crlt.umich.edu/gsis/gsi.html
CRLT offers programs and services designed to support graduate students in all stages of their teaching careers from training for their first teaching experiences through preparation for the academic job market. Many of CRLT's services are open to all graduate students, whether or not they are GSIs.
Science- and engineering-specific programs include
- Engineering Orientation and
- GSI Guidebook for Teaching Labs
Rackham Summer Institute
Graduate students from historically underrepresented groups within their academic disciplines who are awarded Rackham Merit Fellowships (RMF), NSF/RMF, GE/RMF, and similar departmental fellowships in doctoral or M.F.A. degree granting programs are invited to participate in the Rackham Summer Institute (SI). The SI program is a voluntary and optional 8-week graduate transition program at the University of Michigan. The goal of SI is to provide newly awarded fellowship recipients in doctoral and M.F.A. programs with a stimulating intellectual, professional, and social transition into graduate school.
more information: http://www.rackham.umich.edu/Recruitment/guideln/si.html